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30 Jul 2017
During a rally in the town of Chinhoyi, Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe reassured his supporters that he was not dying and he was not stepping down. The 93-year-old's health has been closely watched by Zimbabweans.
27 Jul 2017
In an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24, Fayez al-Sarraj - the head of Libya's internationally recognised unity government - discussed a landmark deal struck with his rival General Khalifa Haftar, the country's eastern strongman.
26 Jul 2017
The last few weeks have seen a rise in attacks by Al-Shabaab Islamists along the Kenya-Somalia border.
24 Jul 2017
As a major international AIDS conference continues in Paris, we take a closer look at efforts being made to fight the disease.
23 Jul 2017
A Cairo criminal court has sentenced to death 28 people over the 2015 killing of Egypt's top prosecutor, also jailing 15 others for 25 years each.
22 Jul 2017
Two years after Cecil the Lion was killed in Zimbabwe, sparking international outrage, officials say his six-year-old son Xanda was recently killed in a trophy hunt.
21 Jul 2017
In South Africa, some 3,800 babies are abandoned each year - that's ten every day. Sadly, the figure is steadily increasing.
14 Jul 2017
In eastern Cameroon, over 20,000 hectares of virgin forest are disappearing every year due to logging, forcing the indigenous Baka pygmies out of the jungle they rely on for survival.
10 Jul 2017
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is in Singapore for medical treatment, in his third such visit this year, a newspaper reported on Sunday.
6 Jul 2017
Seven die in downtown Johannesburg building blaze.
19 Jun 2017
Security forces rescue dozens of guests from a Mali resort under attack by gunmen, according to a security ministry spokesman.
15 Jun 2017
At least 19 people have been killed after Islamist attackers launched a car bomb and gun attack on a busy hotel and adjacent restaurant in the Somali capital, police say.

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